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Manjhi not in favour of big industries in <strong>Bihar</strong>

Manjhi not in favour of big industries in Bihar

17 Dec 2014

Patna: Three months after visiting London to seek investment, Bihar Chief Minister Jitan Ram Manjhi on Wednesday said he was not in favour of big industries or big capital in the state, and preferred development of small and medium industries instead.

Bihar Chief Minister,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Industries,   Bihar investment,  
Norms bent to give liquor suppliers Rs 100 crore benefit: BJP

Norms bent to give liquor suppliers Rs 100 crore benefit: BJP

16 Dec 2014

Patna: BJP on Tuesday accused the JD(U)-led Bihar government of providing Rs 100 crore undue benefit to liquor suppliers by increasing base rates of country liquor in violation of tender conditions.  

BJP,   JD(U),   Bihar,   Chief Minister,   Jitan Ram Manjhi,   Bihar government,   Liquor,   Sushil Kumar Modi,   ,  
<strong>Bihar</strong> man complains to police of job offer by Pakistan's ISI

Bihar man complains to police of job offer by Pakistan's ISI

15 Dec 2014

Patna: Police have begun an investigation into alleged offer of a job by Pakistan's ISI to a member of an influential Muslim body here, police on Monday said.

Bihar Police,   Investigation,   ISI,   Pakistan,   Muslim,  
Political see-saw between JD(U), BJP in <strong>Bihar</strong>

Political see-saw between JD(U), BJP in Bihar

14 Dec 2014

Patna: A political see-saw was witnessed in Bihar this year with BJP sweeping Lok Sabha elections which led to resignation of Nitish Kumar as Chief Minister midway but he hit back by realigning with friend-turned-foe Lalu Prasad to counter the saffron juggernaut.

Year ender,   Bihar,   BJP,   Lok Sabha elections,   Nitish Kumar,   Chief Minister of Bihar,   Lalu Prasad,  
<strong>Teachers</strong> banned from using cellphones in Rawalpindi

Teachers banned from using cellphones in Rawalpindi

08 Dec 2014

Islamabad: School teachers in Pakistan's Rawalpindi city have been prohibited to use cellphones during working hours, a media report said on Monday.

Teachers,   Rawalpindi,   cellphones,   school,   education,   ,  
L N Mishra murder case: Court to pronounce sentence on December 18

L N Mishra murder case: Court to pronounce sentence on December 18

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Monday fixed December 18 for pronouncing punishment to four convicts in the 1975 Lalit Narayan Mishra murder case after hearing the arguments on quantum of sentence during which CBI left it to its discretion whether the convicts deserved death penalty.

L N Mishra murder case,   former Railway Minister murder,   Lalit Narayan Mishra,   Samastipur Railway station bomb blast,   Bihar railway station bomb blast,   criminal conspiracy against L N Mishra,  
New paddy variety developed for Bihar's rain deficient areas

New paddy variety developed for Bihar's rain deficient areas

11 Dec 2014

Patna: Scientists in Bihar have developed a new paddy variety for rain deficient areas. It is likely to help millions of farmers in the state's drought-prone areas.

Bihar,   Bihar Agriculture University,   BAU,   Drought Prone Areas,  
<strong>Bihar</strong> SPs asked to ensure toilets for women police personnel

Bihar SPs asked to ensure toilets for women police personnel

12 Dec 2014

Patna: With the female cops posted at Women Police Stations in Bihar miffed with non-availability of separate toilets for them, the authorities asked all Sps to arrange such facilities in next fortnight.

Bihar Police,   Female cops,  Women Police Stations,   Toilets,  
Local train derails after scraping against North East Express in <strong>Bihar</strong>

Local train derails after scraping against North East Express in Bihar

12 Dec 2014

Patna: A passenger train on Friday derailed after scraping against the New Delhi-Guwahati North East Express at Barh, about 40 kms from here, disrupting rail traffic in the area.

North East Express,   Local train derails ,   Arvind Rajak,   Delhi-Guwahati,   Kiul-Patna,   Mugalsarai,   ,  
 Part-time <strong>teachers</strong> urge Sonia to look into their grievances

Part-time teachers urge Sonia to look into their grievances

04 Dec 2014

Rae Bareli: A number of part-time teachers on Thursday came in front of Sonia Gandhi's cavalcade to highlight their wage-related problems, and squatted on the road following which the Congress President met them and assured that she will look into their grievances.

Part-time teachers,   Sonia Gandhi,   Congress,   Kastruba Gandhi Avasiya Vidyalaya,   Rae Bareli,   ,  

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